Skip to main content

About your Search

20140426
20140504
SHOW
( more )
STATION
KCSM (PBS) 104
KQED (PBS) 43
KNTV (NBC) 37
KGO (ABC) 27
KPIX (CBS) 25
KTVU (FOX) 16
( more )
SPONSOR
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 973 (some duplicates have been removed)
CNBC
May 4, 2014 7:30pm EDT
are not necessarily going to be our friends. notice what's happening in russia. they have the gas, they have a lock on parts of europe, so how do we create that, how do we allow america's technology and ingenuity to get a good, friendly environment? planet earth, and also allow us to become energy independent of the world and save money, and so a company like national fuel gas, which owns almost 800,000 acres in marcellus, companies that provide the structure. >> david, how about you? >> little bit along the same theme as mario, we love the union pacific. union pacific is one of the greatest companies ever, and it's been around for 150 years. >> it's also based here in omaha. >> so the burlington is not available to you, huh? >> well, you have to own it through berkshire. the union pacific, they have this land bridge, the management's superb, and we feel very comfortable that they can compound our capital in a very conservative and responsible way. >> david and mario, i want to thank you both very much for joining us, and appreciate your time. >> well, you're the best and we're gl
PBS
May 4, 2014 4:00pm PDT
caution and confronting russia has controlled the pace of eu and american sanctions. and tempered nato's response in the front line countries of poland and the baltics. close ties with china give germany a foothold in asia and beijing a line of influence through berlin. in fact, the increase in trade between china and germany particularly in german exports to china, has exceeded all expectations. germany is china's number one trade partner in the eu. and the top investment destination for german companies is china. based on this emerging economic between china and germany, quote, a special relationship, unquote, is now emerging. item. china needs technology and germany needs markets. structural similarities and shared economic interests are key for this emerging special relationship. item, germany's approach to china is mostly driven on the need of its exporters. germany's foreign policy is based on the idea that economic exchange will lead to political and society change in china. item, china sees germany as the most useful country for its economic development. germany is an attractive
Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 7:00pm EDT
is essentially civil war. russia is considering the next move. disturbing scenes in ukraine. >> it very accurate description is things are getting worse. ukrainianople in the government are now calling it essentially a war. they think what you have on the a lot ofs you have these places. it is not only just limited to the east right now. this is just beside the border. note isimportant to that oh just as in the southwest. it is 100 miles from the romanian border. is in the southwest. it is 100 miles from the romanian border. kiev seems to be losing control. you have a presidential election at the end of the month. biggestears to be the offense yet from ukrainian forces. they were under the control of russian separatists. is all the way over here. it is not something we have seen over the past few weeks. we're used to talk about what is happening in the east. that is widespread over here. that is why there is an overriding concern. they will be fighting back. the violence is happening there. orchestrated. >> this is orchestrated. certainly a market impact. key pipeline. they're look
FOX News
May 4, 2014 4:00pm PDT
at 9:00 p.m. >>> prime minister of ukraine says russia is waging a real war against his country. pro russian supporters have stormed a building and set free pro russian activists. apparently, there's focus on a threat russia made last week to cut off gas supplies to ukraine. >> reporter: the unrest in odessa continued late into the night and it's importance to understand just how quickly the pro russian separatist movement has moved, 500 smiles south -- miles south and west from where it began. today, the separatists stormed the local police station demanding the release of their comrades who have been arrested in that violation and to show you how much power they have, those separatists were released. we heard in the evening that pro ukrainian groups had gathered, possibly, for another showdown on the streets of odessa. the ukrainian government of course blames russia for beginning this violence, instigating this entire movement. they have tried to take on these pro russian separatists. yesterday they drove personnel carriers into one of their strongholds. today those carriers
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 6:30pm EDT
on russell -- russia's intervention in ukraine, u.s. response, and role of nato. you can see it at 1:30 eastern on monday afternoon here on c-span. >> for over 35 years, c-span brings public affairs events from washington directly to you. putting you in the room at congressional hearings, white house events, briefings, and conferences. offering complete, gavel to gavel coverage of the u.s. house, all as a public service of private industry. c-span, created by the cable tv industry 35 years ago and brought to you as a public service by your local cable or satellite provider. watch as in hd, like us on facebook, and follow us on twitter. >> the white house correspondents association held its annual dinner last night. president obama and comedian joel mchale spoke to the gathering. first, we will hear from the reporter who has the white house correspondents association. [applause] >> thank you. now, i want to talk for just a minute about the video we are going to show. over the years we have had a lot of very funny videos at this dinner. they have all been a lot of fun. because it was o
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 6:00pm EDT
now. as we look at what is going on in eastern europe and russia and the ukraine and eu, part of developing a united front with the european union and dealing with the ukraine and russian aggression is the energy piece. they are so dependent right now on russia for the energy. look at the middle east and our involvement in iraq and afghanistan and our dependence still on oil for the middle east. that is a national security issue. we have a real chance to break the chains of energy from interests different from our own. we need to seize it. look at what is going on in my state of north dakota. we have the lowest unemployment, and the fastest-growing state in the country. our economy is diversifying but, again, we are very strong in terms of energy production. this con -- in this country has the same opportunity and we need to seize it. >> that growth issue, your population is about three quarters of a million in north dakota. would your population exceed -- 1 million people because of the growth in energy areas? >> that meets -- means more housing, more schools, that means all the
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 6:00pm EDT
odessa op sunday and blamed russia for instigating the violence and vowed to root out corruption in the police force that did nothing to stop it. in this section of the population his word had little meaning >>> rallies in support of those killed in odessa on friday are spreading elsewhere in ukraine. pro-russians are gateder engine conebbing -- gathering in ukraine. they have issued two days of mourning to honour those that died. >> russia called the plan to hold elections on may 25th absurd. i spoke to steven cowan, a professor emeritus. i asked him about the elections. >> it's questionable. how can you have elections with tanks, people dying. the elections were for the presidency, not parliament. they node a new parliament and con -- need a new parliament and constitution: on a practical term may 25th is what, 2.5 weeks away. >> elections are not be possible until fighting stops. afghanistan's president declared a day of mourning for those killed in a mass of landslide. there are 2,000 dead or missing in the badakhshan. the official search was called off and in part due to the la
FOX News
May 4, 2014 3:00pm PDT
russian economy. not only if russia invades ukraine, but also if russia disrupts the may 25th senator election. senator ayotte, you have introduced legislation to impose those sanctions not later, but right now. >> they need to be imposed now, chris. the bottom line is if we wait until the elections, it will be too late at that point. we already see the playbook of what happened in crimea happening in eastern ukraine, and it's time to impose tougher sectoral sanctions to provide support for the ukrainian military, and if -- at this point russia is not getting the message, they're violating the so-called geneva agreement, and you have russian agents in ukraine fomating unrest and causing all the violence and really creating a situation right now that warrants tougher sanctions by this administration. >> briefly, congressman schiff, have the obama sanctions up to this point been too weak? >> well, look, i think we're going to ultimately need stronger sanctions. the challenge is not getting the administration to go along with the stronger sanctions. the challenge has been getting our eur
CNN
May 4, 2014 3:00pm PDT
fighting against violent groups of people demanding to be part of russia. the clashes started on the border. they've now reached the country's interior. the deadliest incident of the conflict happened on friday. a building in odessa burned with dozens of pro-russian activists inside it. 40 people were killed in the fire or jumped to their deaths. sta it was started by people throwing molotov cocktails. they say they want to vote and let the people decide whether or not to be absorbed by russia. in odessa today protesters rioted and overwhelmed the city's police and forced them to release dozens arrested for street fighting. phil black is in odessa and watched it happen. >> reporter: randi, this big angry crowd surrounded the police station here in central odessa. hundreds, perhaps thousands, standing in the rain demanding that pro-russian activists that have been detained since friday in the station be released. some of the crowd seemed determined to stage a jailbreak. they were really attacking the building, smashing windows, doors, security cameras. they forced their way into t
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 5:30pm EDT
until very recently it would have been hard to imagine russia dismembering a neighbor country even e though russia was seen as aggressive. rush. >> clearly felt that it had a neighborhood of countries that it was entitled to dominate, but actually dismembering a neighboring country would have been seen as impossible, and very abruptly it's happened, and it appears that the united states as a distant nation dealing with a very complicated relationship with a nuclear power country really can't do anything about it. is it possible we could wake up one day and find out that china has seized some chunk of territory that it sees as vital to itself interests, and the united states again -- because of that important relationship you mentioned -- can't do anything about it? >> it's possible, but here's what could likely happen. you could have -- the chinese would probably never send uniformed troops on these disputed islands. what it would likely do is land fishermen, civilians and claim that they're exercising tear fishing rights -- their fishing rights, but claiming sovereignty at the same
CNN
May 4, 2014 2:00pm PDT
. separatists say they'll ask the people to stay ukrainian or join with russia. they plan a referendum next weekend. crimea was annexed by russia in march. prime ministers and diplomats are calling for calm and an end to the fight. officials of ukraine say they're out of power to stop the uprising. russian leaders say they're not supporting it. odes odessa, dozens of people locked up for fighting against riot police and today crowds of supporters stormed the jail and forced police to set them free. cnn's phil black is there. >> reporter: we have seen a lot of anger on the streets of this city since that fire and those clashes on friday. claimed so many lives, a big crowd gathered outside the police station, most were happy to stand in the rain and scream, demanding the freedom of the 60-plus people held inside. prohch rurian activists arrested after those street clashes but some were determined to stage a breakout. they attacked the building breaking windows, security cameras, trying to get through doors, whatever they could. in the end they managed to break through into the inner cour
FOX News
May 4, 2014 2:00pm PDT
violence on friday. ukraine prime minister is saying that russia is waging "a real war" against his country. watch for fox report at 7:00 p.m. eastern. >> what tv guy wouldn't want to be surround bid women and how does that change the contain bell news dynamic with the fox news show outnumbered i played the role of token male. >> as you and see i am outnumbered on the set of the new fox show. so i have to start by asking you, is this the sisterhood trying to take over the media beachhead? is this empowering? >> i thought you were asking if this is the sisterhood of traveling pants. >> it is intelligent, smart, fun talk, right? >> you are outnumbered we ask the questions. how does it feel to sit in that seat? >> absolutely intimidating. i assume my role is to get slapped around a little bit. >> not so much. no, no, a lost times we will agree with the man sitting in the middle, sometimes we take different opinion but if you look at demographics in the united states there are more women than men so a lot of topics are female dominated so this show reflects that. >> and to acknowledge t
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 4:00pm EDT
in odessa on sunday. he blamed russia for instigating the violence and vowed to root out corruption in the police force, that he said did nothing to stop it. >> in this section of the population, his words had little meaning. >>> violence continued. we are joined by steven cone, professor emeritus. where do we go from here? >> war with russia, possibly. civil war in ukraine, which is presumably unfolding as you can see from the pictures, which might draw russia cruise the canadian border and n.a.t.o. across the western boarder. >> russia is amassing tens of thousands of troops. >> they've been there for a time. >> what is the major objective? >> to keep ukraine from joining n.a.t.o., and keeping a large part of it with hundred of years of political association with russia. >> russia doesn't see the current government as legitimate. do you think there'll be elections? >> there's questionable whether there'll be elections. what kind of elections can you have with tanks, fighting. remember, those elections were for the presidency, not for parliament or a new constitution, which everyon
CNN
May 4, 2014 1:00pm PDT
, historic ties to russia, as well. it is a port city, increedingly important to the ukrainian economy. there's always been concern and disturbances but nothing like this. the loss of lives in recent days, the legacy a bitterness, resentment. incredible ill feeling exists in this city. a great deal of anger and healing it will take a great deal of time. >> phil black, thanks so much in odessa. >>> all right. back in this country, donald sterling's wife is making one thing clear when it comes to the l.a. clippers. she's a co-owner of the team. shelly sterling made that statement reacting to the decision of a new ceo to oversee the team's operations. well, that comes on the heels of the clippers emotional win last night game seven of the playoffs. they beat the golden state warriors, 126-121 and advanced to the semifinals. the team managing to stay focused despite the distraction. meantime, shelly is reacting to the upcoming changes in the front office. cnn national correspondent deborah feyerick is covering it for us from new york. shelly sterling put a new cog in the wheel making the l
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 3:56pm EDT
challenge to de-escalate conflict and avoid miscalculation over events in ukraine and russia. nato expansion is again being scrutinized. topic, into the fold or out in the cold, could not be more timely or fit better with what the wilson center does well. by canyon institute, headed matt ridge and ski, sitting right here in the corner, was founded by the kenyan family, scholar over 1400 alumni, 100 of which are currently on the ground in ukraine. our global europe program, headed by christian auster lynn, has hundreds of scholar alumni bordering the conflict zone. we have assembled a program today, including former officials from russia and poland , in key roles in 1994, along with wolfgang kissinger from the foreign office, the deputy assistant secretary of nato, and wilson center global fellow, cheryl cross. margaret warner, right over there, will moderate. here to keynote and kick off our conversation is secretary of defense, chuck hagel, who was elected to the senate in 1990 seven and voted for nato expansion. i checked. [laughter] remarks, he will take a few questions from the
FOX News
May 4, 2014 12:30pm PDT
. >>> tension and bloodshed ratcheting up across the ukraine as its prime minister says russia is waging a, quote, real war with this country. dozens of activists in the southern port city of odessa being freed after hundreds of pro russian demonstrators stormed their headquarters. today ukraine's prime minister individuals sitting the city and is now calling for an investigation. leland vitter streaming live with the latest. leland? >> reporter: and at this hour, that unrest in odessa continues and it's really important to look at it in the larger scale, odessa is it 500 miles, now spreading south and west after it started into this very key pro city. those pro russian separatist went to the -- who had been involved in friday's violence. they got it. there is a new police chief in town that is now trying to calm the situation, but now we hear there is a pro ukrainian crowd. ukrainians haven't been able to do much about it. we saw yesterday the video of those armored personnel carriers -- today they moved out. they appeared to be outdunned and outmaneuvered by the pro russian sepa
MSNBC
May 4, 2014 12:00pm PDT
attacks. lawmakers debated whether or not sanctions against russia are are working on cnn's state of the union. elliot engel says they are because vladimir putin has not further invaded ukraine while ron johnson says they are not working and the u.s. needs to provide lethal aid to ukraine. >>> mike christian is standing firm on his views of the death penalty saying i alelize this may sound harsh but as a father and former law man i really don't care if it's by le tall injection, electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions. >>> things are heating up down south and summer's coming. in alabama, there are a record 11 african-americans on the june primary ballot running for various offices for state legislature to board of education. what makes it historic is all 11 are running as republicans. gop says it is evidence that their recruiting efforts with minority candidates are working. pamela blackmore-jenkins is running for a seat in the state legislature. she joins me from birmingham. thank you so much for being here. tell us what drew you to the gop
CNN
May 4, 2014 12:00pm PDT
with russia. eveni our senior international correspondent nick paton walsh has been watching what is happening firsthand. >> reporter: you can see the mismatch of what is left of this barricade. it's shredded by army fire power. even so, the soldiers were just passing through. they came from up here, he says, ten armored personnel carriers shot at the barricade and went off into that field. the ukrai nor like he claimed were they at the security service building. in fact, they were nowhere to be seen. this is really the only sign in the seen that we see of the army having been through here and get general the rhetoric about the scope of the operations and success is not matched by what we're seeing here. but still, amid the embers and calm, rare voices of disdain for the pro-russian forces. terrorists burning buildings and buses and trams, he says, the property of our town. we won't see calm here. at one hospital, three dead were brought in from the barricades shooting here and one from gunfire just outside slovyansk. most of those shot, men, who said the soldiers had tried to move i
CNN
May 4, 2014 11:00am PDT
to unite. owe des sa is hundreds of miles closer to the border with russia and it had been fairly calm. phil black is live. tell me what happened today. >> reporter: we've seen a lot of anger on the streets since the fire and clashes on friday claimed so many lives. a big crowd gathered outside the police station. most were happy to stand in the rain and just scream, demanding the freedom of the 60-plus people that were held inside. pro-russian activists who were arrested. but some would attack a building, breaking window security cameras trying to get through doors. in the end, they ended up at the courtyard of the police station. it was around that time that the police officer inside tried to make a deal. he said he would let all of the pro-russian activists that were currently being held let go if everyone went home peacefully. so those activists started to be released and emerged from the station as heroes. it was an incredibly emotional scene. very large cheers, crying, hugs, smiles, as people were reunited with their loves ones and these people were really welcomed back to t
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 2:00pm EDT
, to south korea, and to russia and china. we have to do this together. it will take 12 days, and i only have six weeks left. it's the only time i ever saw arafat cry. he said, oh, god, you can't do that. i said i know i can't because it needs to look like i made you do this, doesn't it? he said, yeah, that's what we have to do. it's very different in private than -- and so i didn't go. i said you fwot to understand, we're giving up the significant opportunity to make the world a safer place. if you're not going to do it, just tell me. i won't say a word. he went through this whole deal about how it would be ten years again. he told two different arab leaders he was going to take the deal. that i just described to you. the details had to be filled in. i went public with this whole thing, and i just had a couple of weeks. we really had the middle of february when the israeli election was going to occur because under the agreement israel had to ratify the peace agreement. because of the intifada which started when ariel sharon went since 1967, which i begged arafat not to start, barac
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 2:00pm EDT
. he blamed russia and the police force he said did nothing to stop it. in this section of the population, his words had little meaning. jonah hall, al jazeera, odessa. >>> aid supplies have started to arrive at the site of a landslide in afghanistan. they're in desperate need of help. dominick cain reports on the disaster that happened in a remote province on friday. >> reporter: seen from the air, the force of friday's landslide is clear. the village that lay in its path has been engulfed. now first aid tents stand near where houses once stood. they tend to an injured boy. this child is one of the lucky ones to get prompt treatment. this clinic is one of several that have been set up near the disaster area. >> translator: we found this injured child, who was trapped under the mud. he's got injures on his head and he's undergoing treatment in the health clinic in the area and provided him with necessary medication. >> reporter: many other people were not so fortunate. when the landslide happened it entombed most of the of the village. estimates of the number of people killed v
Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 1:30pm EDT
. russia is a more nasty foreign-policy challenge. it just seems to get tenser. >> we had russia calling for an emergency meeting. i think this will be little more than a mudslinging match. separatists who are pro-russian, shooting down two helicopters and killing ukrainian troops. we see the situation escalating. despite the escalation of sanctions, the situation on the ground seems to get worse. we do not see putin changing. >> let's talk about sanctions. why not tougher sections? why not go after the big banks? ratchet them up right now? >> the u.s. administration says if we throw all sanctions out immediately, we keep nothing in our pocket. we need to drip them out little by little. we need to warn putin and get him to pull back from the brink. for the europeans, there is division within 28 economies. some like britain want to go whole hog. others like germany and italy and others are not so sure. it will boomerang back on their economies. >> germany is the key. >> germany is one key. we have chancellor merkel meeting with barack obama. that is the number one topic on their agenda, a
FOX News
May 4, 2014 10:00am PDT
russia moving their troops in? i would hope russia would think twice before doing that. >> let me ask you, a number of your republican colleagues have put together the russian aggression prevention act of 2014 to strengthen nato, new rounds of sanctions, do things like force the president to move forward with missile defense in europe which was tabled essentially. could you support something like that? what do you think is the right move? >> absolutely. we all need to find out how -- sanctions are by far the best way for us to go. by far. because nobody wins in these land wars, if you will. and we've proven it's not something we have an appetite for. with that being said we know that sanctions do work. they worked in iran, we doubled down in iran and made them tighter. i think that will happen. can we force russia to come to their senses because economically they can't stand what we can do to them? can we go after their energy market, which is at the heart of who they are. it's the pulse of what they have going on right now. and they're using that to their advantage. everything an
CNN
May 4, 2014 10:00am PDT
fareed zakaria. >>> the u.s. seems sure that its sanctions against russia will work. few outsiders agree. so what does the u.s. treasury know that we don't? well, i will talk to the man charged with making putin pay a price, the treasury department's david culp. >>> plus, we will tackle dangerous developments in parts of the mideast, egypt and iraq. i will ask egypt's foreign minister about more than the 1,200 brotherhood muslim supporters sentenced to death in his nation, and about the american government's money in arms that may begin to flow again in egypt. and iraq held an election this week, but the new yorker says it's already clear who won: iran. also, why america's middle class class, once the envy of the world, is no longer number one. but first here's my take. it is long well known that the thomas piketty, author of the 700-page best seller capital of the 21st century argues that free markets tends qualities of wealth that become synocratic. reading the book, it's clear that he recognizes that, as he says, over a long period of time, the main force in favor of greater equ
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 12:00pm EDT
billion makeover. pro-russia acvisits have stacked the police headquarters in the southern ukrainian city of odessa. this comes two days after violence left more than 40 people dead in the city. police have now released most of those who were arrested on friday, earlier, supporters smashed windows and broke down a gate at the police compound. jonah h. ll sent us this update. >> anger has been building since friday permating the shock, if you like. and building in particular because people on sunday were allowed into the remains of the burned down building in which so many people had died on friday and they had gone from that building en masse to the central police station where around 100 people action we believe, were being held, being arrested after that violence pro-shan crowds have been gathered outside the police station angry lee demanding the release of their comrades, shouting, freedom, freedom and fascists at the police who they see as representing the government and the authorities in kiev. eventually the anger bubbling over to a point where they got access to the building
MSNBC
May 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
shouting "russia, russia." and what people were worried about in the weeks gone by is whether or not russia might invade ukraine with owl all of military on the border. perhaps what they should have been worrying about the is rule of law disg.i. integrating, potentially the country splitting apart because oe zaesz -- oe zaes is in the south of the country. so it opens up another problem for the ukrainian government and these people were shouting "we will not forgive" because you remember what happens before then was that tens of protestors died in a building when it burned down. there are terrible, terrible stories of people in the street taunting those pro-russian protesters in the building as they were dying. people are clearly furious across southern ukraine there and here in eastern ukraine where i am. there have been protests on the street. here as well we continue to see a town surrounded by the ukrainian military. they do not appear to be moving on that town but that's another potential flash point. alex, there are flash points everywhere and, again, as i say, the concern must
FOX News
May 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
you have a lot of folks who are villagers who feel much more aligned with russia than they do with the ukrainian government back in kiev who they say is nothing more than folks who have taken power illegitimately and look to russia. it's a very poor part of the country over here, a lot of miners and a lot of folks who work very hard for a living and think kiev is out of touch and will have a much better lot with moscow there. how much the russian government is supporting them in terms of sending weapons verse advisers, that's up for debate. it's hard to get hard facts but they certainly look to mother russia for their protection. a number of russian flags flying at the choibts and obviously over the buildings that they have taken speaks to that for sure where their loyalties lie. >> thank you very much, leland vittert. >> more here on the developing crisis in ukraine is former u.n. ambassador to the united nations john bolton. senior fellow at the american enterprise institute and fox news contributor. you've seen that the prime minister said that russia is waging, quote, a real wa
CNN
May 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
. they are much more reluctant to do anything against russia because they rely on russia. >> they're tied more than we are. but the question is, i think if you'd look at what's going on in ukraine and the eastern part right now, you can pretty much predict that elections there are going to be a little tough. >> it really is spinning out of control. and, you know, the sad fact is sanctions haven't worked. all the devaluation of currency, the devaluation of the stock market occurred before the sanctions were ever put in place. basically, that all happened right after the russian parliament authorized use of force, and that's when all that devaluation occurs. so all the sanctions and threats of sanctions had little effect. that's unfortunate. vladimir putin is only going to respond to action, strength and resolve. he's not going to respond to words. and that's certainly what we hear when we go to ukraine. >> action is limited. when americans hear action, they think, oh, we're going to send troops or do something, which is clearly off the table and not going to happen. would you agree th
CBS
May 4, 2014 8:30am PDT
economic recovery act. what i would do, i would sanction the energy economy of russia, the banking system of russia and try to drive the russian economy in to the ground and i would help arm ukrainian people, no american troops on the ground so they could defend themselves. i would change the cost benefit analysis, pilot tin's economy the russian people are happy with putin make them pay a price. >> schieffer: all right. >> president obama is delusional about what is going on in ukraine. affects our national security all over the world. >> schieffer: all right. is in for graham we thank you for getting your take this morning. and we'll be back in a minute. i'll have some thoughts on last night's white house correspondents' dinner. their type 2 diabetes... ...with non-insulin victoza. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza. he said victoza works differently than pills, and comes in a pen. and the needle is thin. victoza is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with t
ABC
May 4, 2014 8:00am PDT
he's very concerned that russia will go into eastern ukraine. if that happens, you'll see a lot more troops in our nato allies in the countries like lithuania and latvia. >> and jon, one of the things we have seen with this struggle over saxs, are the united states has limited means to deter putin. >> no question. but the white house is prepared to lower the boom of much broader economic sanctions than we have seen so far. targeting entire sectors of the russian economy. they believe russia will go along if russia invades, that europe will go along if russia invades. here's the thing. white house officials say these sanctions could be triggered without a russian invasion. if the russian separatists group do anything to disrupt the presidential elections scheduled for later on this month in ukraine. the president has acknowledged there is no guarantee sanctions will work. >> i want to turn to benghazi. back in the headlines this week. debated in the white house briefing room after the release of a new e-mail about the infamous talking points. the e-mail was from deputy national securi
PBS
May 4, 2014 7:30am PDT
tenants moved in we demanded russia stop the terrorism diversion and its military threat as a way of putting pressure on countries who was also at the weekend the russian president is dressing up is divergence was in uniforms which cannot be identified because she wants to destabilize our country this takes me to ask and peace. in odessa. all the residents agreed. forty three people were burned alive in a local deputy died from gunshot. this morning police are here now. where were they just today the fire department right around the corner to get into one or two over an hour to get here. i got the shot read and write. the day. i really do. clinton's response to treatment and punished to the baby gabe. i took the lead role. anonymous postings you don t know the codes in intensity know anything. i'm sprinkling it certainly did. rico and the least. idc bands that claimed the lives of it released into the pool head shaking. this usually means that seeking something crazy many of the year. this means the gap between the roman authorities. i reached in law became too strong to overcome oce
CNN
May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
to make the case for sanctions against russia and argue that coordinated sanctions will make president putin change course. this came four days after the u.s. announced a third round of russian sanctions against seven high-ranking russians all said to be part of putin's inner circle. they were hit with asset freezes and travel bans, and 17 russian countries were also sanctioned. russia's foreign deputy minister claimed the sanctions meaningful, shameful and disgusting. the american officials responsible for sanctions joins me now to talk about existing and future measures. david cohn is undersecretary for terrorism and financial intelligence at the united states treasury department. dav david, the united states seems dedicated to this path, yet most observers and experts don't think these sanctions will work, that they're too limited, too narrow, just a few people. why are they wrong? >> this path we're pursuing, i think, is a strong and strategic path. what we have been doing is imposing sanctions on those involved in violating the sovereignty and the territorial integrity o
PBS
May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
sunday and stick some are calling on russia for help and pro russian notions are standing guard at checkpoints into the rebel stronghold of study and a group of european industry observers were babies didn't attend this weekend's following intervention by moscow. mean while the identity of all people and train against further east is now being carefully checked by intelligence the growing number of pro russian forces have been appearing in the town and street barricades have been reinforced in case of an attack from the ukrainian army. an investigation is now underway by kiev after fears that flare up of violence that more than forty people dead in the southern port city of death at the nation's development ukraine's prime minister. city of sanaa has blamed the country's security services for failing to stop the violence there resentment is growing as it's march. most of the victims were pro russian separatist they died in honor of the barricaded themselves into the ocean. so let's hear from our correspondents on the grand duchess herbert who sent this update just for you what we c
ABC
May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
the last 48 hours. you've got the former ambassador to russia, the united states former ambassador michael mcfaul saying this is real. this is war. they're even starting to rethink whether putin really does want to go into ukraine with a big way with troops. although their calculation had been that he simply wanted to destabilize the area. the problem for the administration is military options are off the table. not clear that those would work. and it's tough to get a consensus across europe about the kind of sanctions that might deter vladimir putin. so they are a bit hamstrung right now. but the united states and the president especially is determined not to put the united states in the middle of a war over ukraine. >> it's such a thorny problem and as you say, humor is not going to make it go away. george, by the way, has a big show this morning with much more on the situation on ukraine. that's later this morning on "this week" right here on abc. george, thanks again. and, bianna, over to you. >>> we're going to turn to the brazen teen accused of hacking into his high school's
FOX News
May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
handcuffed. they are getting 35% of their natural gas from russia. >> there's no alternative. >> there's no real interest in pushing these sanctions, keith. >> i agree with that. he won the week. he's probably going to run the table for the rest of the summertime. he controls the almighty petro dollar. that's a huge tax not only in europe on the brent oil site but here. if he starts anything in any shape or form in the middle east, oil is going up. >> i think putin is in big trouble, russia is in trouble. popularity is overwhelming right now, however, when the russians start to feel whatever pain the obama sanctions there are, basically, putin cannot deliver the goods to his people, eventually russians will get fed up. >> unfortunately we'll all get fed up. when oils goes up, that hits americans just as much. >> we have a nice man who is president who has no foreign policy. >> he's a transparent thug. >> transparent thug. >> he's basically straightforward. >> is he a transparent thug on benghazi? >> let's talk about it. >> what happened this week is devastating or it should b
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 9:00am EDT
involved. more than 40 people were killed during riots in the city on friday. most were pro-russia activists killed after being trapped inside a burning building. whereabouts in odessa are you, and what's happening there? >> reporter: steven, i'm outside a police station in the center of the city. it's a branch of the local city police where a large angry crowd has gathered outside. it appears as though they were demanding the release of a number of people who were arrested on thursday night at that burning building. we may, we think, be in the particular police station. the crowd is extremely angry the athe police. they believe that the police could have done more and didn't to prevent or stop the violence on friday night. a one point a few minutes ago a young man climbed up the wall of the police station and took down the ukrainian flag flying outside and replaced it with a flag of the city of odessa. it isn't by any means clear at this moment that they plan to storm the police station. there is a large contingent of police outside that have been pushed to one side. they're not o
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 8:45am EDT
only rely on folks who moved to russia to give up their entire lives like edward snowden. we will not have as much of an ability to be the watchdog on government. >> have they been many or any legal cases were online browsing to it has been used against defendants or against job applicants? >> i'm not sure if there have been explicit in one of the problems with this information is that oftentimes if you denied a job you wouldn't know why. it's pretty difficult for an employer i would imagine to get that data. >> based on first in the issues and surveillance concerned why should we discussed this issue on twitter with the constitution center? >> that's great. you know, that's a good question. people as we all the time why i'm on twitter because i quit facebook. i didn't quite quit facebook. i said i'm not here, i'm on twitter. i think twitter is a little more clear about its issues in the public broadcast. punishing in a newspaper, put on the exactly what i would write to for the consumption of whole world. what i don't like about facebook and lincoln is that your association, your lis
CNN
May 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
ukraine the country may be one step closer to civil war. this morning, russia is blaming the government in kiev for targeting the pro-russian separatists. >> let's bring in "state of the union" host candy crowley in washington. i bet a lot of people are watching this wondering is this playing into putin's hand, does escalating violence give him the excuse he needs to invade ukraine? >> it certainly is the thought of a growing number of analysts and also some within the u.s. government that the fact that the violence has increased and the fact that you're hearing those in the russian government saying gosh, we're getting an awful lot of calls for help from inside eastern ukraine, that this is the excuse, this increased violence that putin feels that he needs to go in there, not that he needs an excuse in crimea. nonetheless there's also the thought that he really doesn't want to go this far. so you can find both viewpoints in washington right now. number one, that he would prefer to just foment unrest inside ukraine without sending russian troops over and those who think that
PBS
May 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
russia. however politico the nl east are skeptical of the chances of these candidates according to statistics the party of regions could lose its popularity and easton ncaa's and regions. stepson and nicolette region is contesting a neat way to entertain an identity based in eastern sudan. a toast to choose to be one of the bases for the fight to the chancellor. oh it's possible you will know will you. this edition this link may each and every candidate well there it in the stand that the diocese and in russian as a second piece of land based in the sun for most of the opposite a jazz lover she's a mom am on the most ridiculous she doesn't want it to be friends with modern russia plans to get spring and that offence and defence potential. she also promises to fight for the games. in your basic communication she will bite me. nate and i sat and talked about to start in defence potential. she doesn't catch problems especially economics it in my knee and it is a region of steps and up goes up every two years the serviceman on the fun and the top of the senate caucus in the love letter
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 7:00am EDT
these helicopters from russia are using in afghanistan, it just shows how out of touch he is with how the majority of american people feel. if we are going to be giving people such things like helicopters, why not them be dim helicopters -- be the helicopters we make here. that is kathy from michigan. again, we are talking about the beltway culture. we will show you a bit more from the correspondents dinner last night. other news to tell you about, this one coming out of minnesota, the former transportation committee chairman passed away yesterday. newslighted in the "duluth tribune," they write -- that is jim oberstar who passed away in his sleep yesterday. from pennsylvania, democrats line. good morning. caller: good morning. i am a veteran who served in the air force for 10 years. i actually have a claim to .isability i'm looking at 13 years right now. i filed 13 years ago and i haven't gotten it completed yet or anything. yet.'t get any help i just think these peaceful -- these people are wasting so much money on these lavish dinner parties. veterans like myself cannot get a simpl
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 7:00am EDT
house association. military forces in ukraine tried to push out rebels loi to russia -- loyal to russia. friday the push led to a deadly clash. it was not all wise cracks at the white house correspondence dipper. president obama's reference to al jazeera journalists and a look at the world's restrictive countries when it comes to freedom of the press. >> translation: i wish i could do to school, make money and send my little brother and sister to school. >> boys typically have a leg you will when it comes to attending school. we tell us why girls are struggling to get an education despite a new law to level the playing field. . >>. >> california chrome shines bright. >>> the crowd favourite broke away winning the 14th kentucky derby. this horse has a humble beginning with odds stacked against him. his owners are two retired me who used their savings to breed a horse, which is rare in a business dominated by the wealthy. they knew little when they started. now their horse is a potential striple crown winner. >> good morning, welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm morgan radford l
CNN
May 4, 2014 3:00am PDT
russia get more involved? aflac. ♪ aflac, aflac, aflac! ♪ [ both sigh ] ♪ ugh! ♪ you told me he was good, dude. yeah he stinks at golf. but he was great at getting my claim paid fast. how fast? mine got paid in 4 days. wow. that's awesome. is that legal? big fat no. [ male announcer ] find out how fast aflac can pay you at aflac.com. [marge: you know, there'sut how fa more enjoyabley you way to get your fiber. try phillips fiber good gummies. they're delicious, and an excellent source of fiber to help support regularity. wife: mmmm husband: these are good! marge: the tasty side of fiber. from phillips. i prefer today. [ female announcer ] new clairol age defy color collection. with our best breakthrough gray coverage. lustrous, radiant color that looks 10 years younger. today. [ female announcer ] new age defy color from clairol. and you want to get an mba. but going back to school is hard. because you work. now capella university offers a revolutionary new way to get your degree. it's called flexpath, and it's the most direct path, leveraging what you've learned on the job and focu
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 6:00am EDT
. there's a terrible communication in russia, the united states and yuan zai. both sides don't want to listen to each other, and sometimes, you know, there are just immoral ways of behaviour. for example, the fact that authorities in kiev did not express condolences to the families of more than 40 activists burnt alive in odessa. i think it is appalling. these people could be political opponents, people in power in kiev, but they were ukranian citizens. >> three days of mourning has been announced by kiev. >> in odessa. unfortunately in odessa. >> yes, they are referring to what happened in odessa. let's move on - i have been reading vass ill krutov's explanation, he's the head of the anti-terror center. he's reported as saying this "what we are facing in donetsk and eastern region is not a short-lived uprising, it is, in fact, a war." so there's almost confirmation there from kiev, isn't there? >> well, i think that the dramatic language which authorities in kiev uses puts into question their own plans. they planned to hold the presidential elections on 25 may. what kind of an access
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 5:30am EDT
invades crimea, you invade cancun. russia takes back ukraine, america takes back texas. something to think about. [laughter] the new director of the secret service is here tonight. leadership, secret service agents can longer thatrt with prostitutes are too drunk to make it to the program. [laughter] i am sure she loves that. the director of national intelligence, james clapper, is here. put a face to the mysterious voice clearing its throat on the other end of the phone. that was weird. i have been watching a lot of cable news. i am a big fan of that lesbian on ms nbc. yeah, ms nbc is a confusing place. al sharpton is there skinny guy. [laughter] cnn is desperately searching for something they have been missing for months -- their dignity. totally. [laughter] this point, cnn is like the radio shack in a strip mall. you don't know how it stayed in business as long. they just fired piers morgan. [laughter] [applause] thank you. ratedws is the highest network and cable news. [applause] it is all thanks to their key , the old people that have tuned into fox news and have not yet been discover
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 973 (some duplicates have been removed)